Coinciding with Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the University of South Carolina School of Law is hosting a webinar on Tuesday, Oct. 29 from 12:30 – 2 p.m., featuring federal law enforcement officials who can help you learn how to protect your organization.
Cyberattacks have been a growing problem across the country, and we believe it is vital for all businesses, law firms, and even local governments, regardless of size, to stay up-to-date on the latest developments and best practices in the battle against these hackers.
During this webinar, representatives from the United States Attorney community and the Federal Bureau of Investigation will explore the current global threat landscape, the efforts of federal law enforcement to combat these threats, and best practices for mitigating the risks associated with the threats.
The webinar will also discuss new guidelines for preventing a ransomware attack from the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
• Joy Flowers Conti, Senior District Judge, U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania
• Charles A. “Tod” Eberle IV, Chief, National Security & Cyber Section U.S. Attorney’s Office
• Steven Kaufman, Principal Deputy Chief Counsel, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency
• Brian Stevens, Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation
• Karen Painter Randall, Chair, Cybersecurity and Privacy, Connell Foley LLP
To register for the webinar, or to learn more, visit https://uofsclaw.us/cyberwebinar02
The webinar is being produced by the University of South Carolina School of Law’s Cybersecurity Legal Task Force, whose mission is to inform the legal profession and the public about cyberattacks, and provide strategies to minimize the risk of such attacks. The task force is made up of lawyers, members of the judiciary, tech industry professionals, and law enforcement officials. It also produces the day-long National Cybersecurity Legal Institute, with the next one scheduled for March 5, 2020. Learn more about the task force at http://law.sc.edu/cybersecurity.